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Spotlight on Las Palmas All Star Band

Spotlight on…Las Palmas All Star BandSaturday reunion and farewell party
Musicians take their final bow at Las Palmas Saturday night when the popular restaurant and nightspot closes after 21 years in business.
The Las Palmas All Star Band will perform beginning around 7 p.m. This group is comprised of musicians who have supported and/or hosted “Open Mic” at Las Palmas over the last 18 years.
They will perform their originals and some covers during the show.
The following are scheduled to perform:
n Tripp Edwards, singer and songwriter, a 10-year participant and host of Open Mic for three years will perform originals and play guitar.
n Alan Wyrick, singer/songwriter/keyboardist/guitarist, performer at Open Mic for over 15 years, will perform originals and keyboards/guitar with the band.
n Lou Bodak, drummer, singer and songwriter and participant of Open Mic for over 10 years will perform with the band.
n Jim Charles, singer, guitarist and participant of Open Mic for over 12 years will perform with the band.
n KJeff Hansen, singer, songwriter, bassist, guitarist, drummer and host of Open Mic for over 12 years will perform with the band.
n Sue McCue, singer, songwriter, guitarist and participant of Open Mic for over eight years will perform with the band.
The public is invited to celebrate Las Palmas’ long run along with past and present employees and friends on Saturday night.
Las Palmas is located at 122 E. Fisher St.
For more information, call 704-636-9475.

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